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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Artemiy Shlenskiy
Anti-Spam Laws in USA, Canada and Australia. Comparative analysis
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
Current paper is dedicated to the anti-spam laws in USA, Canada and Australia. It also addresses the phenomenon of spam itself, as well as it’s legal, social and technical nature. Through the analysis of three laws dedicated to this issue, this paper addresses the nature of spam and different legal approaches to regulating it. It also addresses current legal precepts regarding spam in Russian Federation, as well as different issues that usually arise with attempts to legally regulate this issue.

Paper consists of two chapters. First one being dedicated to the nature of spam, comparative analysis of anti-spam laws in USA, Canada and Australia and precepts, present in Russian legislation. Second chapter is dedicated specifically to the following issues: identification of spammers, different types of penalties and international element in spam-related crimes.

In the course of this research author came to the conclusion that the issue of spam is extremely important for the current society, but it’s legal regulation in some countries is far from effective. Different approaches to legal regulation of spam were analyzed and their pros and cons were determined. Most important issues, related to the legal regulation of spam, were researched and different possible ways of addressing them were studied and suggested.

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